Definition of roomy
1 : having ample room : spacious
2 of a female mammal : having a large or well-proportioned body suited for breeding
Examples of roomy in a Sentence
a small car that's surprisingly roomy inside
Recent Examples of roomy from the Web
On a positive note for the industry, consumers continued to pile into crossovers, sport-utility vehicles and pickup trucks amid low gasoline prices and a preference shift toward roomier design.
With gas prices lower, consumers have turned to roomier models like trucks and sport-utility vehicles.
The rock festival that debuted in 1992 at Smithville Lake enters a new era with its move from mid-May to Memorial Day weekend and from Liberty Memorial to the roomier confines of Kansas Speedway.
Sometimes called Millionaire’s Row, Orange Grove is lined with mansions on roomy lots.
First of all, the A5’s cockpit had to be roomy, but the fuselage aerodynamic.
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First Known Use of roomy
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Definition of roomy for English Language Learners
: having plenty of space or room
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